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  • Tham khảo sách 'real estate investment trusts: the us experience and lessons for the uk', tài chính - ngân hàng, đầu tư bất động sản phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Yet the shift towards health-systems strengthening and its support through the International Health Partnership (IHP+) and other related initiatives offer a framework within which SRH may be more broadly addressed. The support offered to ministries of health by the UNFPA and WHO country offices has been marked by greater collaboration and a stronger functional focus. This has been achieved through harmonization of activities in the United Nations Development Assistance Framework, and by practical engagement of technical working groups and similar structures for SRH.

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  • Enterprise project office (EPO) is essentially a support for investment governance and has a strong demand-side role in ensuring the organisation’s investment decision-making will deliver the greatest benefit from the resources available. This includes involvement in organisation strategy development and project and programme identification as well as business cases for investment, resource planning and allocation. It should be able to optimise the allocation of resources to match business priorities, by having complete information on all projects – current and planned.

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  • Several years ago I gave a seminar about some of my research. I started out with a very simple example. One of the faculty in the audience interrupted me to say that he had worked on something like this several years ago, but his model was \much more complex". I replied \My model was complex when I started, too, but I just kept working on it till it got simple!" And that's what you should do: keep at it till it gets simple. The whole point of a model is to give a simpli ed representation of reality. Einstein once said \Everything should be as simple as possible...

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  • Civic Economics and HousingWorks are pleased to present this analysis of the economic impact of General Obligation Bonds issued since 2006 to support affordable housing. Background In 2006, 63% of Austin voters supported the issuance of $55 million in general obligation bonds to support the development of affordable housing in the city. Just short of $50 million has been expended and leveraged to obtain an additional $177 million in development expenditures, for a total expenditure in the city of $226 million.

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  • The level of insurance risk may vary during the period of the insurance contract. For example, in a pure endowment policy the insurance risk reduces as the value of the investment increases. Also, in a deferred annuity contract there may be no insurance risk during the savings phase but there is significant insurance risk during the annuity phase. In assessing the significance of insurance risk at the inception of the contract the effect of discounting on the expected cash flows may be significant.

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  • Health is largely determined by our social, economic, physical and cultural environment. Although, as we move further into the 21st century, we can see improvements for many people, inequalities in health and health outcomes still persist. The differences in life chances are dramatic and there is a direct correlation between low socio- economic status and poor health outcomes4. Health inequalities affect both women and babies.

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  • As compared to other industries like the cement and chemical industry, the input consumption in Pulp and Paper industry is very high and the output is comparatively very low. The input-output ratio is 8:1. Fibre, energy, water and chemicals are the important inputs in paper manufacture. Both from the quality aspect and also from the cost of production point of view, it is very important to have some norms of the basic inputs, so that the cost of production is maintained at minimum level without...

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  • We follow in the “constructionist” tradition of mathematician and educator Seymour Papert and his students and colleagues at MIT. In developing the Logo programming language for children Papert argued that programs children write function as mathematical ‘objects to think with’ and that their concreteness affords a powerful kind of learning (Papert, 1980). Later work of Papert’s former students and colleagues (e.g.

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  • Two different diaper-changing methods may be used to minimize the risk of transmitting infection from one child to another or to a provider. One method involves the use of gloves and the other does not. The method you select should be used consistently in your childcare setting. Whichever method you choose, you should never wash or rinse diapers or clothes soiled with fecal material in the childcare setting.

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  • The main contribution of this paper is that it applies a new measure for competition, called the Boone indicator (see also Boone, 2001; Bikker and Van Leuvensteijn, 2008; Van Leuvensteijn et al., 2007). The basic notion underlying this indicator is that in a competitive market, more efficient companies are likely to gain market shares. Hence, the stronger the impact of efficiency on market shares is, the stronger is competition.

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  • This version includes some minor revisions made by the Expert Group in June 2004, based on comments received following the Riga Meeting, and revisions to the annexes describing the relevant IFAC Auditing Standards, based on the finalisation of these Standards. The amended version was sent to EU SAIs and discussed at the Liaison Officers Meeting on 4-5 October.

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  • Motion capture methods offer advantages and disadvantages. Let us consider the case of human walking. A walking motion may be recorded and then applied to a computer-generated 3D character. It will provide a very good motion, because it comes directly from reality. However, motion capture does not bring any really new concept to animation methodology. For any new motion, it is necessary to record the reality again. Moreover, motion capture is not appropriate especially in real-time simulation activities, where the situation and actions...

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  • According to official statistics, the area annually planted to maize in Ghana currently averages about 650,000 ha (Table 1). Most of the maize grown in Ghana is cultivated in association with other crops, particularly in the coastal savannah and forest zones, so planting densities are generally low. Average grain yields of maize are correspondingly modest when expressed per unit land area, averaging less than 2 t/ha. Total annual maize production is currently estimated at just over 1 million tons.

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  • In some event detection applications, events of interest occur over a relatively small proportion of the total time: e.g. alarm generation in surveillance systems, and extrac- tive summarization of raw video events. The automatic de- tection of temporal events that are relevant, but whose oc- currence rate is either expected to be very low or cannot be anticipated at all, constitutes a problem which has recently attracted attention in computer vision and multimodal pro- cessing under an umbrella of names (abnormal, unusual, or rare events) [17, 19, 6].

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  • Real estate markets globally have been severely affected by ongoing unprecedented economic turmoil, particularly in Europe and the United States. This is expected to continue. The Australian real estate market has, in this time, emerged as a destination of choice for global real estateReal estate markets globally have been severely affected by ongoing unprecedented economic turmoil, particularly in Europe and the United States. This is expected to continue.

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  • The  scale of activity  in  the  international education  sector  in Australia was estimated  in an  April  2009  report  prepared  by  Access  Economics  for  the  Australian  Council  for  Private  Education and Training (ACPET), entitled The Australian Education Sector and the Economic  Contribution of International Students.

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  • Real estate markets globally have been severely affected by ongoing unprecedented economic turmoil, particularly in Europe and the United States. This is expected to continue. The Australian real estate market has, in this time, emerged as a destination of choice for global real estate investors seeking a safe haven in a well-regulated and highly transparent growth-oriented market for doing business.

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  • Globally, we are utilizing government benchmarking programs to measure performance and comply with local and federal regulations and disclosure requirements. these include programs such as EnERGy staR in the u.s., Energy performance Certificates (EpCs) across Europe, the national australian built Environment Rating system (nabERs), and the Comprehensive assessment system for built Environment Efficiency (CasbEE) in Japan.

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  • The program SORWACO takes both the transport and sorption related nonequilibrium into account. It calculates the concentration of the pollutant in each cell at every time step. The concentration in the water flowing out of the last cell is the concentration of the water that enters the purification or discharge system. It is possible to calculate the impact of intermittent groundwater recovery on both the decrease of the concentration during the recovery and the increase when the recovery is stopped. The groundwater flow is assumed to be steady.

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